Frederick Marionn Leffen, son of John Tempest Leffen death
LEFFEN. RAIL J Well-Known Well-Known Well-Known Former City Man Is Victim of Sudden Illness At Home in Fresno Frederick Marion leffen, native San Bernardinan and connected with the Santa Fe railroad's bridge and building department for many years, died suddenly at his home in Fresno yesterday. He was 66 years old, the brother of William A. Lef-fen, Lef-fen, Lef-fen, pressroom foreman of The Sun and Evening Telegram, and the uncle of Fire Chief E. E. Lcffcn of San Bernardino. Only meager details of his brother's death had been received by W. A. Leffen last night. With Mrs. Leffen and his sister, Mrs. Isabcll Baird of San Bernardino, he will leave for Fresno this morning to take charge of funeral arrangements. arrangements. Another sister, Mrs. Caroline Caroline Richards of San Pedro, left for Fresno yesterday. Frederick Leffen was well known in San Bernardino, and he visited here at frequent intervals with his brother, renewing acquaintanceship with old friends. The brothers were the sons of the late John Tempest Leffen, who operated a machine and blacksmith shop in the city's earlier days on the site now occupied by the courthouse. Frederick Leffen left San Bernardino Bernardino about 20 years ago. He had apparently been in good health until he was suddenly stricken yesterday, his brother said. WORKER j !